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IMPROVE THE KITCHENS.
. The question is, what shall b
done to the kitchen to make i
bright and attractive, and the sag
=Y: gestions given are intended partic
ularly for country kitchens, whict
seem to be very often the thorough
fare, if not the resting-place for thi
family. Vines, of course, would b<
in the way in the summer; and al
that time they are not needed st
much, as the kitchen doors are fre
quently draped with honey-sucklei
or morning-glories on the outside,
as well as the kitchen windows
But in the winter, when it is cold
and cheerless outside, and the grace
ful vines have turned into brown
dead-looking stalks, try to have
something green and fresh in the
kitchen. Train a vine, if only a
sweet-potato vine, on one of the
windows, and besides, having saved
all the empty cans from canned
fruit or vegetables, paint a couple
of them red ; have two holes bored
in each near the top, through which
to run the strings, by which they
are to be suspended over the win
dow. In one plant, "Wandering
dew," or a Tradescantia, so easy to
grow from slips, and which will
soon ran on the sides, making it a
thing of beauty; and in the other,
which must be nearly full of water,
lay an old sponge or piece of white
cotton, over which sprinkle flax
seeds thickly, keeping the cotton
,: moist where they are sown. In
two or three weeks these will
sprout, and the cotton will be cov
ered with a beautiful green mossy
Save the old kitchen chairs ; cut
off the broken baeks close to the
seats, also the lower part of the
legs, to make them a convenient or
comfortable height. Then make a
bag the size of the seat, d some old
ticking or other material, and stadf
it with fine shavings or slivered
husks, and after nailing it securely
Fon the seats, cover with bright
etunne or chintz. The former
anbe bought for twenty or twenty
fe cents a yard, and would be for
k. warded from a city store on send
S the ground color wanted. Two or
thre palm leaf fn paeda
bright red would decorate the wall
"x very prettily. If the edges are
worn, they can be bound with some
. material of the same color. The
lower part of the dresser would
j- look well, if, instead .of being cov
ered with the usual pieces of scal
S loped newspapers, it were covered
with a strip of crash towelling, the
ends fringed out, and hanging
S down about a quarter of a yard or
s,and the centre ornamented with
alreletter in red cotton or worst
eembroidery-S. M., in Amer'ican
griculturist for October.
KEEPIG Eoos Fasa.-I saw a very
good arrangement for keeping eggs
at a friend's house a short time
since, and it was so simple and
4. practicable that it ought to be
generally known. It was a set of
four shelves, two feet long and
eight inches wide, with a space of
five inches between them, made of
hard wood planed, and three rows
of round holes, bored with an mech
augur on each shelf, twelve in each
S row. One shelf would hold thr-ee
dozen eggs. The eggs were set in
with the small end down, so that
the yolk could not settle against
the shell. The lady said she had
kept eggs six months in this man
ner perfectly sweet; also that the
free circulation of air around them
was very important and there was
no danger of cracking the shell.
SA N INS'TAr REMEDY Fon PoISO~NDG.
-If a person swallows any poison
whatever, or has fallen into con
vulsions from having overloaded
i s stomach, an instantaneous rem
edy is a heaping teaspoonful of
commnon salt, as much ground mus
tard stirred rapidly in a teacup of
water, warm or cold, and swallowed
instantly. It is scarcely down be
fore it begins to come up, bringing
S with it the remaining contents of
the stomach; and lest there be any
remnant of. poison, however, let
the white of anegg or a teacup of
strong coffee be swallowed as' soon
as the stomach is quiet; because
these very common articles nullify a
large number of virulent poisons.
Rosil furniture in artistic designs
is in style for houses.
GOODNESS AND JUSTICE.
"Honesty is the best policy"
is a maxim which has been attri
-buted to Washington. Integrity
pays. "I would give $50,000 for
your reputation," said one merchant,
whose character was not the high
est, to another whose name was a
s3nonym for commercial honor.
"Why so?" he inquired. "Because
I could make $100,000 with it."
Wise old Bro. Gardener, of the
& Lime-Kiln Club, has put the whole
matter in a nutshell:
"What am gooder dan goodness?"
asked Brother Gardener as he
opened the meeting. "It am not
only more comfortable to be good,
but dar' am mo' money in it in de
eand. * When a cashier robs a bank
of $30,000 it looks as if he war'
gettin' ahead powerful fast, but
sich am not de case. De first
detective who cotches him gits
$5,000 fur not obertakin' him.
Den he loses $2,000 in playin'
keerds with a Chicago gambler.
Den he am robbed of $3,000 in an
Omaha boardin'- house. Den he
invests $10,000 in mines aroan
Denver an' am scooped outer ebery
shillin'. Long 'bout dat time he
am 'rested by de bank, and what
de lawyers doan' git will be re
turned to de vaults. What has
dat cashier gained?
"It's de same wid a gambler.
He may win $500 to-night and lose
$700 to-morrer night. One day he
may sport a watch with two chains
-de next he may have to pawn his
coat fur a brandy smash.
"I has figgered it up a dozen
times ober, an' it allus comes out
de same way. De bad man may
make eighty per cent. on his capi
tal for a few short y'ars, but de
fust thing he knows de skeleton
han' of bankruptcy cluches him by
de froat, an' whar' am he? Be
good. Be good, eben if you doan'
make ober fo' per cent. at it. Out
side of all de.money considerashun
dar am a feelin' down under de
vest dat beats a diamond all to
A FEW WoDs oF ExPLAdATIoN.
George W. Peck, of Milwaukee,
is carrying his right hand around
ied up in a big silk handkerchief.
He has been bothered almost to
death with anxious inquiries as to
the nature of the trouble under
the handkerchief, and so he has
issued the following, addressed to
"The general questioning public-"
This is a boil. Not a carbuncle.
Just a boil
I know you have had boils big
ger than mine, but this one is big
enough for me. I am no hog
I don't want the biggest boil.
Yes, I have tried flazseed, bread
and milk, and slhppery elm poultices.
Each is better than the other, and
all of them are frauds
No, the "Bad Boy" has not been
playing a joke on me. This is no
Yes, I think it is cussedness
working out of me.
Yes, it has broke. That is, it
has made an assignment.
No, I don't want another.-Mil
HE Coum.D HA VE HER.-"So you
wish me to give you my daughter''
said old Moneybags to a would be
"What are your circumstances?"
"Well, I have $12 a week as a
"Tu a,. tut, young man, you're out
of your senses."'N
But I thought you might give
consideration to my futur-e pros
pects. 1 have a brilliant prospect
"Ahb! that's business. What are
your future prospects?"
"Well, I have been converted,
have joined church, and expect to
be an angel in the future, and live
in a mansion of gold."
"Well," said the old man, slowly,
as he opened the door to show the
youth out, "when you get to that
mansion you can have her."-Somer
HE KEP'r IT.-"-Do you keep
coffee here?" inquired a bad pay
customer at a Central avenue gro
"Yes, plenty of it."
"I want five pounds of the best."
"Haven't got any."
"WI.y, you just said yon kept it,
"Yes, and that's just what I'm
doing with it. I'm keeping it.
When you've got the cash I'll sell
it. -Mercha nt-Travieler-.
He shall be iremortal who liveth
till be be stoned by one without
IThe finest and noblest ground on
Iwhich peoplec. an lie is the trnth.
Songs 1N r Sung.
"How does that run? Sot ething
like ths, isn't it?
Andare tho ain ch the magic string
Alas foro ud to win them;
But die with er,
with mnsicnIn them.' "
"Yes, that's , pathetic and true,"
said your repres ive. "The poet alludes
to people who a mehow suppressed, and
never get their 1 allowance of joy and air.
Which reminds e of a letter shown me the
other day by k & Co., of New York,
signed by Mr. C. Williams, of Chapman,
Snyder Co., P a prominent business man
of that place. e writes :
"'I have s ered with asthma for over
forty years, d had a terrible attack in
Decedber and annary, 1882. I hardly know
what promp me to take PARKER's Tolic.
I did so, an the first day I took four doses
The effect tonished me. That night I
slept as if n hing was the matter with me,
and have ev r since. I have had colds since,
but no as ma. My breathing is now as
IfI had never known thatdisease. If you know
of any one/who has asthma tell him in my
name thatPARKER'S TONIC will cure It
even after forty years. There was a man
who escaped the fate of those whom the poet
This preparation, which has heretofore
been known as PARKER'S GINGER TONIC,
will hereafter be advertised and sold under
the name of PARKER'S TONIC. Inasmuch
siinger is really an unimportant ingredient,
and unprincipled dealers are constantly de
ceiving their customers by substituting in
ferior preparations under the name of ginger,
we drop the misleading word.
There is no change, however in the prepa
ration itself, and all bottles remaining in the
hands of dealers, wrapped under the name
of PARKER'S GIN GER TONIC, contain the
genuine medicine ifthe facsimie signature of
HISCOX & CO. isat the bottom of the out
in chronic dyspepsia and liver complaint,
and in chronic constipation and other ob
stinate diseases Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters is beyond all comparison the best
remedy that can be taken. As a means of
restoring the strength and vital energ of
persons who are sinking under the de -
tag effects of painful disorders, this
standard vegetable Invigorant is confees
or X ya Drugits and Dealers
Prom these sources arise three-fourths of
the diseases of the human ruae,. These
y tindicate theirezmtence:N1oss of
e of bdy or EruenaUone
of food, JIriaWlty of temper, Low
Ispirits, A feel of having neglected
some dey, ness, Fluttein at the
HIeart, Dots before the eys ihy etl
ored Urine, CONSTIPATIO, and de
mand thc use of a remedy a acts directly
on the Liver. As aLiver medicine TUTT'S
PILLS have no equal. Their action on the
allmpurites toug these the "a
tite on dig mo," euar sools a Clear
cause no nausea or gingnor interfere
with daily work and are a perfect.
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
.HIE FEErS LINE A NEW MAa.
tion,t y9ears, and hatried encodifrferent
kinds of pills, and TUTT'S are the first
that baye done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite Is
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
have natural maagnI feel like a new
raan." W.D. EDWARDS, Palmyrn, 0.
TUTT'8 HAIR DYE.
GL.AY EAIr ox WHISKrSe changed in.
plitof this D.Sold by Drgia
or sent by express on receipt of SI.
OffEce, 44 Murray Street, Nevr York,
TUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FRE5
July 19, 29-ly.
In Place of' sending forp the Doctor
Or Liver and Kidney Cure.
ITWILL SAVE YOUR DOCTOR BILL.
IT IS TIHE MOST EFFECTIVE
and valuable Medicine ever offered to
the American people. As fast as its~
merits become known its use becomes
universal in every community. No
family will be without it after having
once tested its great value.
Thousands of Dollars
are wasted onl Physicians' fees by the
dyspeptic, the rheumatic, the bilious
and the niervoue, when a dollar ex
pended on that unapproachable vege
table Tonic and Alterative
DR. 8IIION0' limil0 00IPOI1N,
OR LIVER AND KIDNEY CURE,
would in every case. effect a radical
If you arc bilious, tongue coated,
head hot, dull, or aching, bad breath,
stomach heavy or sour, if bowels in
active and passages hard and occasion
al looseness, if your sleep is broken
(tossing about in bed), if you get up
unrefreshed, if your skin is sallow,
eyes yellow, if heavy, dull pains in
back and limbs, if you are drowsy, in
disposed to talk or act, if any one or
more of these symptoms, take a dose
HEP ATIC COMPOUND,
and you will get immediate relief.
DOWIE & MOISE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mr FOR SALE E!WERYWHERE. .e'
And In Newberry by Dr. S. F. FANT.
Nov. 2, 44-1y.
a Com-Kills and Millstones,
THE BEST IN TEE WORLD
FOR TABLE MEAL
hamles of m ESaet m Aplisato.
UsTUs LSSUNA EiustUNt Cs.
Chrott, 3\ C.
BERTH R Ein ii .
F. A. SOHUMPERT & 00.,
are Agents and have for sale the following improved -icultural Implements:
Harvester and Binder,
Dropper and Mower,
Globe Cotton Planter,
SULKY AND WALKING PLO WS,.
CHICAGO SCREW PULVERIZER, CANE MILLS AND EVAPORATORS
AND OT= IMPROVED AGRICULTURAL IMPLEENTS.
If you want anything of this kind give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Warehouse for Machinery in the new building on corner Caldwell and Har
rington streets, below Christian & Smith's Livery Stables.
Mar. 5, 10-tf.
WITCHES AND JEWELRY GRAND EXHIBITION,
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
-- --- NOW OPEN AT
I have now on band a large and elegant
assortment of COLUMBIA, S. C..
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware, OF FALL AND
VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, WINTER C L 0 T H I N G
SPEC?ACLES AND SPRECTACLE CASE, For MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS.
WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS.
One of the best selected stocks
IN sNDLaSS VAIETY. that we have ever placed on our
All orders by mail promptly attended to. Counters.
Watchmaking and Repairing OVERCOATS
Done Cheaply and with Dispatch. Are gotten up in 5 styles as fol
Call and examine my stock and prices. lows:
EDUARD SCHOLTZ. SACKS, ULSTERS, ULSTER
Nov. 21, 47-tf. ETTES, REVERSABLES
and the latest is the
WAFELP NE MARET
.and are made in all grades of goods.
FAIG1 and WINTER'
Stock of imported 'Cloths ThpaetFeiebrmSlHt
MADE TO ORDER stl.
Exjfressly fo~r his trade on the otherGE TS UR IH
side of the Great DampnessIGGO D
*and are being made up in
the Latest Styles. Unewa,Sit,HsryGle,
FINE UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS ClasadNc~cro l rd
At $7.00 a Half Doz. LAISO EBRi
Custoni Shirts and OuBy adCide'stcoflth
MADE TO ORDER.Sut nOvrotoferydsip
Large line of Gentlemen's furnishing Al0 ir drse om aewl
goods and Silk Umbrellas, always onreie omtttnonadfth
hand,.od ontsi ilecag,o
Feb12 tf COLUMBIA. rfmdtemny
Three Times A Day M.LKNAD
Is not too often to use it, yet if onceCOUBAS..
a day the teeth are brushed with
WOOD's ODOTINE the greatest change T
is observed. Instead of brown, stain-an
eand ugly looking spots on theteeth PNoi .
you will see a bright row of polished
pearles, where the teeth are sound w id
and even wvhen they are not perfect slinfo
they will be kept from further decay.
WOOD's ODONTINE contains nothing c si ''
whih cani possibly injure the teeth but
on the contrary is beneficial to teeth
gums and breath. Trade supplied by
W. C. FISHER.
Whole.sale Agent. Columbia, S . Icald oofrtotepbi
For sale by Dr. S. F. Fant and W.
E. Pelham. Feb. 28, 9-ly IPREDNDAECN
Sampson Pope, I. D.,
PllYSiIMiN SRJIGON,lJf Trnv
Office-Opera House, JIjU~
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Ini addition to a general practice pays
especial attention to the treatment of
diseases of Females, and Chronic dis- DD N x ?
eases of all kinds including diseases of 1 Lj~JV~
the Respiratory and Circulatory Sys
tems-of the Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder.
Rectum, Liver, Stomach, Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat, of the Nervous Sys-(11
tem and Cancerous Soxes and Ulcers.
~ ~ ~ ~ for fand te aties wic thef
~ ~ . ~ COE TIAROET
TrafineAln ordr will reciv prompt Hattn-al
Unera Shitse, Hsetuly slves,
Coll,ar ti:andcear the sal raes
For sale bygalldDruggints.or
April 2, 14-1y.
"SALUDA ROUP D-L
Armj~ d vert ise en ts. 1 -E3 O A L !" !.
REMO VA L! REMOVYA L!! REIOVL!!
CLOTD & SMITIS
HAVE MOVED TO THEIR NEW "MODEL" STO R
(CROTWELL'S new building) opposite J. 0 HAVIRDS,
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE LARCEST AND BEST
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnish.
ing Goods in the up Cqunitry,
Grand Opening of WE WOULD CALL SPECIAF k
ATTENTION TO OUR
FALL and WINTER
Remember all of our goods are new, Which is very large
as we had no goods of any conse- and varied.
quence to carry over from last: Sea
son, therefore we have all of the THE LARGEST AND
latest styles of
FASHIONABLE GOODS, FINEST STOCK OP
FA NCY COODS, LtDIEA llILW
STAPLE GOODS, FINE.SIYE.
And in fact goods to suit any one. -
HARD TIMES! NONE IN THE STATE
LADIES ESPECIALLY INVTE
Hard Times!! TOcA T
Farmers would do well to examine
Don't cry hard times our stock of Plantation goods as we
can certainly give you bargains thst
no one else can. Just think of
LEATHER BOOTS.AT $2.00.
LEATHER BOOTS FOR $100.
Where you will get more goods and
better goods for your money than
any where else in TOWN. LEATHER SHOES AT 75 ts.
All we ask is a careful examination of our Stock and we are sure of selling you.
WE DEFY COMPETITION HERE OR ELSEWHERE.
The "NEWBERRY CLOTHIERS"
Crotwell's new building opposite J. 0.
Sept. 13- 3m. NEWBERRY, 3. C.
Hardware, Engfaes, Ic. Sc.
CHARLESTON IRON WORKS & SALES RO%
PLAN LIE ALE dGTOFENIE,ZRie,BAINRYad 0TE
30ILEE8, SW MTT.TA RIST MT-a. COTNGN n PWUtSATNG.L.E,0
OIL,IN LI VALE eeamn e.HGE' UOAI CUT-FF ENGInS AIN,SAI NES, a or EleTABL
I.ights aaother pupssrequiring starreiable adeconomical poe.This th e simplest
SAutomatic Engine in the market.
Repairs by Competent Workmen. Charges moderate.
GEO. W. ? WT .T A NS d& SON,
Wa se...mentinthse. czaas.e, & ..
Z ,TThtQ PAYNE'S 30 Horse Spark.Arr3u
555 U CES oR TOeight-footlengths. sa.f' h s ~ ,
2 Itake infinite pleasure in informing
- g my friends and the former customers
of the old firm of H. A. BURNS, that
~''~having purchased his entire stock,t
p 'N I AM DAILY ADDING "i~ ~
m au- ne tted witha
CONFECTIONE RIES, -
CANNED GOODS, "-en-itr. ..ly,un tre
I illumtated e.a... . Ua
J.K. P. GOGGANS. D. 0. HERBERT. AND ALL THE VABIOUs Iaw
GOGGANS & HERBERT, House hold Articles, _, y.
Attorneys-at-Law, ohiyprizd'hth de** taONAhoueAL
ou,ta mnow prepared to furnish Sika M Su II.
N EWBE RR Y, S. C. everything needed by the most fasti- w7. .
that you call and see-me; and if you do
"Strict Attention to Business." not see what you want ask for it. -~..b aS .i,bd
Nov. 2,44-1y. aA specialty made in Seasonins:s, such n
_______________ as Spices, Cinnamon, Cloves, and all ape.. aa
TNO PATENT, NO PAY inds of fiavorings. . Feb. 1- -________
PAEN *hdue*s .ib ICE CREAM LAND m
Caeas , d.Mrs.rne, FITS IN SEASON. 1do ADSRI uMi'